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Rethink a traditional bar area and display your glassware and wine in a top cupboard and your liquor in an easy to reach drawer. There is no need to move bottles around to find your forty year old scotch; simply pull out the drawer and grab the right bottle every time.

Designed by Kayron Brewer, www.studiok- b.com; Photography by Drew Rice, www. redpantsstudio.com; Cabinets by Showplace Wood Products, www.showplacewood.com

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  • Yes, normally you would but empty egg cartons can be used to store other small items and those who prefer fresh, free range eggs will keep empty egg cartons in order to take them to be refilled.

  • I wish we had only thought of that last suggestion. Always keep your liquor low so it is accessible to the children in the house. You wouldn’t want them to get hurt climbing on the counters.

  • Common sense would say that if you have young children in the house, a wine cabinet, wine fridge, etc – should be in a higher cabinet. Alternatively, you could use child safety locks like you would for the cabinet under the sink with cleaning chemicals.